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It was 100 years ago in the Nineteen Twenties! It was even wilder.
The center of everything was the city of Berlin The shining City of Berlin.
Okay Maybe “shining” might not be the best word. The answer depends on what you’re doing!
If you were looking for dance, music, nightlife and generally without provincial restrictions to live the life you would like and desired, you’ll find that Berlin was the best place to be.
From 1919 until 1933, Germany’s Weimar Republic was a magical bridge that spanned the course of.
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Every aspect of the arts was thriving. Nightclubs weren’t just for dancing loose (although the idea of doing that was fantastic). These were the venues where you could witness the city’s most modern and creative talent playing their hearts out on stages throughout the week. Anita Berber, Mary Wigman, Harald Kreutzberg, Sebastian Droste, Claire Waldoff and numerous others were leaving lasting impressions on the society with their smoking cabarets and grand ballrooms.
The stage was legendary with the direction of Max Reinhardt and Bertolt Brecht with stars such as Margo Lion Marlene Dietrich Peter Lorre, Lotte Lenya and Trude Hesterberg.
The newest form of art of the day, Cinema, was being developed in the studios at Babelsberg in the time of Fritz Lang, F.W. Murnau and others were literally inventing and defining the technique of film-making.
There were artists, sculptors as well as architects and craftsmen from all walks of life descending upon the city to take part in the vibrant spirit of this extraordinary location at this most opulent and, unfortunately, short-lived period.
Berlin was the home of numerous artistic movements during the 20s, most particularly that of the Expressionist movement.
The art of painting has the best way to capture the temperamental nature of the soul of Weimar time, the uncertainty of angst, the social turmoil and spiritual crisis that were taking place.